Are we being too literal here or is this both bridal and funereal at the same time?
Granted, most people we know don’t wear sheer skirts to funerals, but still. It seems like such an oddly unbalanced design; not just in the competing tones, but the competing weights of the fabrics and choice of various elements. In other words, the top and bottom halves don’t seem to have anything to do with each other. High-collared lace on one end, sheer and floaty at the other.
Still, we don’t know if it comes down to her ability to wear it or if it’s just not as bad as it should be, but this works better for us than it probably should. The black touches in the lace and the sparkle in the bodice seem to help marry the competing aesthetics somehow. And she’s got a real knack for wearing super-goofy couture. We’re not saying we love it; just that we think we don’t hate it, though we know we probably should.
We’re so conflicted, darlings. Fashion is just so very dramatic.
Chanel Floral-Embroidered Dress from the Fall 2018 Collection
Roger Vivier Black Satin Sandal
Styled by Kate Young | Hair by Kylee Heath | Makeup by Pati Dubroff
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, matchesfashion.com, vogue.com, mytheresa.com – Video Credit: RLJE Films via YouTube.com]